A second-generation Oregon native and co-owner of a brewery.
Miriam is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University with a B.A. in history and classical studies. She channels her enthusiasm for history and textile arts into historical reenactment with the Society for Creative Anachronism, a group that focuses on recreating the middle ages. Miriam has traveled widely for her studies and even claims to have found a mummy in Peru. Prior to joining FP Transitions, Miriam worked as an analyst with the University of Oregon in their fundraising department, coordinating reporting, portfolio management and proposal tracking.
Miriam is excited to bring her analytical background to FP Transitions to streamline the current sales pipeline process and help implement systems to improve communication and service to customers.
Miriam has very recently gotten married! As she and her new husband adjust to married life, they enjoy spending quality times with their two cats, Tomyris and Calligula. Interesting piece of trivia: Caligula means “Little Boots” in Latin.